United Vacations (tel. 888/854-3899; is offering quite a deal -- three nights from $482 per person with airfare, theme park tickets, and round-trip transfers.

Enjoy the advantage of staying right in the park at Walt Disney World. Accommodations include three nights at Disney's All-Star Sports Resort in a quad-occupancy room; this package is designed for a family of four. Each person receives a three-day Magic Your Way Base Ticket, which offers entry to one theme park per day for each day of your ticket. You'll also receive round-trip hotel transfers via "Disney's Magical Express," so you won't have to worry about that, either. And since you're staying in the park, you won't need to bother with renting a car.

Why is this a deal? Round-trip airfare from Chicago to Orlando in late July costs about $308 per person. If you book the room, park tickets, and transfers via Disney's website, the total price comes to $1,453.72 for a family of four, or $363.43 per person. If you factor in airfare, expect to pay at least $671 per person if you booked independently. Reserving this Disney World package with United Vacations saves you about $189 per person.

Trip Type: Independent; air-inclusive

What the Quoted Price Gets You: Round-trip airfare between Chicago and Orlando, three nights in a quad-occupancy room at Disney's All-Star Sports Hotel; a three-day Magic Your Way Base Ticket, transfers via Disney's Magical Express Transportation, airline fuel surcharges, government taxes and fees, and hotel taxes and fees.

What Else You Will Have to Pay: Meals at Walt Disney World, which you can add on through United. The "Quick Service Dining Plan" costs $281.90 for a family of four for the three-night trip.

When: Select Monday departures and Thursday returns (through Sept. 27, 2012)

Book By: Aug. 14

Single Supplement:

Other Departures: Washington, D.C. (from $484); Newark (from $528); Houston from ($668); Denver (from $738)

Other Details: This package is based on two adults and two children (ages 3-9).

All prices are per person and, if lodging is a component of the package, based upon two people traveling together (unless otherwise noted). The prices listed are general starting rates; see "What Else You'll Have to Pay" for details about associated taxes and fees. Base-prices, taxes, and fees can vary based on point of departure and time of travel. Blackout dates may apply. Trip add-ons like sightseeing tours and meal plans may also increase the price. Check with the tour operator for additional gateways. The single supplement is the extra cost that a solo traveler would pay to book the deal.